Northern Ireland

Duncrue towpath bombing: Man released in PSNI murder bid enquiry

Scene of bombing on Duncrue towpath on Saturday 9 March
Image caption Three police officers were in the Duncrue towpath area when the bomb partially exploded in March

A man arrested over the attempted murder of three police officers in a failed bomb attack on the outskirts of Belfast in March has been released.

Three PSNI officers escaped injury when a bomb partially exploded on the Duncrue towpath near the M5 on 9 March.

They were left badly shaken but were not injured in the attack.

The 39-year-old, who was detained in Belfast on Thursday morning, has been released unconditionally.

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